Welcome to The Good Life Project
About The Good Life Project
Supported by broadcaster Kate Humble, garden designer and BBC Gardener’s World presenter Adam Frost, and the Soil Association, The Good Life Project is a ground-breaking research project and well-being programme evidencing the impact of nature on human health, wellbeing and behaviour. The Good Life Project exists to evidence the positive benefits of nature on human health, wellbeing and behaviour, encouraging greater interaction with nature, to create scientifically-proven healthier and happier environments at work and in education.
We’re based on a small 19th Century farm in rural Cambridgeshire, licensed as organic by the Soil Association and working towards organic certification. We conduct, publish and share research on how businesses can use nature to improve workplace wellbeing and productivity. Browse the site to learn about our ground-breaking research, our range of exciting rural skills workshops and consultancy services for businesses. Read more…